Bay Area Hang Gliding offers hang glider training, sales, service and Tandem Discovery Flights. We conduct our lessons at one of our training hills in either Milpitas or Hollister California. Tandem Discovery Flights are done at one of the many bay area hang gliding sites.
With more than a dozen adrenaline-pumping activities available at discounts of at least 50 percent, the Adventures Pass gives its holders the opportunity to eschew the couch and experience the adventures their local merchants have to offer. With a single pass, customers can get deals on everything from horseback riding and indoor rock climbing to wakeboarding and paragliding, all at companies located within driving or skydiving distance.
The views from an airplane can be stunning, so long as you're lucky enough to snag a window seat. But those faraway sights don't compare to wind in your face and birds-eye views of mountains, valleys, and coastlines during East Bay Hang Gliding's thrilling self-propelled flights. Since 2011, instructor Robert Booth has introduced more than 600 students to the world of hang gliding, teaching them flying techniques and safety protocol at their own pace. A specialist in the field, his goal is building up a strong hang-gliding community pilot by pilot, which has informed every piece of his comprehensive and breathtaking training program. Along the way, students can opt for tandem flights or solo expeditions, an advantage that birds don't even get when they're first starting out.
Bay Area Glider Rides's gliders fly companionably next to hawks and eagles, reaching elevations of a mile or more as they soar over the Diablo Range, Monterey Bay, and other local landmarks. A certified pilot helms each ride, which can fit one or two passengers, but those who wish to fly solo also can obtain personal glider-pilot licenses at the facility's flight school.
Hang gliding is as close as you can get to flying without sprouting feathers. To avoid that avian fate, Gledeco's Hang Gliding School teaches students how to soar through the skies on a glider. USHPA?certified instructors take students through all of the safety lessons and provide all necessary equipment to get them flying. Once you feel comfortable leaving the ground, you can float over a local canopy or spy on your neighbor?s pool from above during weekday evening and weekend evening and morning sessions.